What was once an industrial part of the city is now best known for its markets, its nightlife and for tourism. The history of the present-day London district goes back to the end of the 18th century.
The iconic markets only date back to the 1970s but today, they are the main attraction of Camden. Whatever it is you are looking for, you will surely find it here - clothes, souvenirs, food, crafts etc.
If you are not that into shopping and would rather avoid the crowds of shopaholics, you can also visit the Jewish Museum, St Pancras Old Church or Carreras Cigarette Factory Building which was built in Egyptian Revival style.
Opening hours vary according to the different markets.
Generally (daily): 10 am - 6 pm
Coordinates 51°32'32.296" N -0°8'22.417" E